Better access means almost nothing. It does not in any way reflect the care given. You didn't even say I was wrong either. The care is more available because the government gives it away with others money and its only cheaper because the price is controlled which is why those problems exist. You don't want to admit that the benefits are the cause of the problems, do you?On that, you're completely wrong about. You pay for others, and with no mechanism to monitor how much you pay over what was used. Those countries have better access. Do better overall, despite some problems, than we do. And I suspect, if we really tried, we could do even better.